Shenandoah climbs, College of New Jersey drops, and SUNY Cortland ranks in week two of Division III coaches poll: Penn Monto/NFHCA

Shenandoah University saw the biggest gains in the latest Penn Monto and National Field Hockey Coaches Association poll.


The Hornets are 5-1. The team’s one loss on the season was to Johns Hopkins, which won the 2022 NCAA Division III National Championship.


“The Penn Monto/NFHCA Division III National Coaches Poll is a composite ranking of the top-25 teams with a .500 or better record in the nation each week. Each Division III team with an NFHCA member coach is permitted one vote for the ranking each week,” according to the association.


Additionally, the poll has no bearing on selection to the 2023 NCAA Division III Field Hockey Championship.


Here are the top 25 NCAA Division III teams in week two:


25. Lynchburg, previously 24

24. Rochester, previously 21

23. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, previously 19

22. Shenandoah, previously 25

21. SUNY Cortland, unranked

20. The Catholic University of America, previously 22

19. Ursinus College, previously 20

18. The College of New Jersey, previously 13

17. Bryn Mawr College, previously 18

16. Bowdoin College, no change

15. Hamilton College, previously 17

14. Trinity College, previously 12

13. Bates College, previously 15

12. Kean, previously 14

11. Amherst, previously 10

10. Rowan, previously 8

9. Christopher Newport, previously 11

8. Williams College, previously 7

7. York College, previously 9

6. Salisbury, previously 4

5. Tufts, previously 6

4. Messiah, previously 5

3. Johns Hopkins, previously 2

2. Babson College, previously 3

1.Middlebury College, no change

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